Jessie Bell 1857-1917 (Mrs. Henry Mansergh, Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey) Used pseudonyms, mostly “Mrs George de Horne Vaizey”.
It was the old story of woman comforting man in his affliction; the trouble in this instance appearing in the shape of a long blue envelope addressed to himself in his own handwriting. Poor young poet! He had no more appetite for eggs and bacon that morning; he pushed aside even his coffee, and buried his head in his hands.
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